Monthly Archives: May 2014

“You may delay, but time will not.”

This post should be about revising for my final four exams. I should write about how I prepare for my exams, how I make my notes, which books I read and how I organize my time. But instead I’m doing

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  No motivation to revise? Tired of sitting in your room staring at books?  Come to our student run open revision session for all years in the Barlow Gallery in the University of Sussex Library (if you’re coming up the library

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Revision Time

I have three exams coming up at the end of this term: Statistics, Environmental Hazards & Risks and Global Development & Inequality. Each exam is an hour long with a mix of multiple choice, longer questions and essay questions to

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Exam Preparation

The fact that it is exam period is visible in (and under) the eyes of most students on campus. I would say that I spend my time productively in the build up to exams, I do my washing, organise folders,

Posted in Accessing resources, Assessments, Ebooks, Library, Reading lists, Revision, SAGE students, VLE

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